Have you been bitten by the “perfectionist” bug?
I’ve suffered from this poisonous bite.
- Struggling with “blank-page syndrome”…
- Fearing to write even one word since I never wanted to make any mistakes, even in my first draft…
- Staring at a white screen for uncomfortable lengths of time…
- Not knowing how to start…
I’m happy to say I did recover. I finally learned to write better, faster, and easier by embracing imperfection.
And I want to show you how to do the same, today.
What I’m about to show you works for me. It can work for you too!
- Recognizing yourself as an authority.
- Permitting yourself to make mistakes.
- Viewing mistakes as proof you’re getting better.
- Aiming to make smarter mistakes next time.
After you’re done reading this article, the next time you sit down to write, you’ll have the tools to silence that cold voice of “perfection” which can paralyze you before you even get a single word down.
Instead, you’ll be able to start writing sooner, and you’ll write faster and easier, too.
1. Recognize Yourself as an Authority
One of the beauties of the writer’s life is that there’s no one quite like you.
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